At the NATO summit, Turkey's President Erdogan, who supported Sweden and Finland's accession to NATO, said, "If the promise is not kept, the two countries cannot join." The country was restrained again.
The focus will continue on whether NATO can unite in the face of Russia, which continues its military invasion.
Turkey was initially reluctant to join Sweden and Finland with NATO, saying that both countries did not respond to the delivery of suspected terrorists, but on the 28th of last month, a legal framework for handing over suspected terrorists was established. An agreement was reached to establish it, and Turkey also supported the accession of both countries.
Turkey's President Erdogan, who had a press conference last month in Madrid, the capital of Spain, after the NATO summit was closed, emphasized the outcome of the agreement as a diplomatic victory, but said, "If the promise of the agreement is not kept. We cannot join, "he said, and re-inhibited the two Scandinavian countries.
Meanwhile, on the 29th of last month, Sweden's Prime Minister Andersson told Reuters that "all deliveries will be based on Swedish domestic and international law," and the deliveries will be based on the law. Is emphasized.
For this reason, it is unpredictable how quickly the procedures for joining NATO in the two Scandinavian countries will proceed, and the focus will continue on whether NATO can unite in the face of Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine.